Wherein we catch up with "Fairly Legal" star, Sarah Shahi, at Comic-Con 2011.
GonzoGeek interviews "Burn Notice" creator, Matt Nix.
It's only fair that one of the best shows on television put on one of the best panels at Comic-Con. Rob Corddry and the rest of his Childrens Hospital family brought the house down with a wildly entertaining session during the Adult Swim block on Saturday.
After screening a new episode entitled "Bar Mitzvah", the talent (Corddry, Malin Akerman, Lake Bell, Erinn Hayes, Megan Mullally, Ken Marino and producer Jon Stern) came to the stage, and the fun began quickly. Corddry made sure to remi...
The crew from Adult Swim’s newest show, National Terrorism Strike Force: San Diego: Sport Utility Vehicle (NTSF:SD:SUV::), didn’t have a lot of time during their Comic-Con panel, but they made the most of it, shooting a brand new scene to air in a future episode.
The panel, featuring producer Jon Stern, creator/star Paul Scheer, cast members Brandon Jackson, June Diane Raphael and Martin Starr, writer Curtis Gwinn and guest star Robert Picardo, started out with a screening of a ...
Venture Bros creators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer and star James Urbaniak hit the stage at Comic-Con dressed in 80s-style hip-hop gear, complete with “Dirty Boy” hats, Dwayne Wayne flip-up glasses and lots of bad patterns. After an initial story about how new seasons of Venture would be “A Different World,” they quickly relented and admitted that they just thought the idea was funny. That pretty much sums up their panel (and a good part of the show itself).
The majority of Archer's amazing voice cast joined creator Adam Reed for their panel at Comic-Con 2011.
The FX show's Q&A, moderated by AV Club editor Todd Van Der Werff, was proceeded by a screening of the first new episode of season three, entitled "Heart of Archness". The premiere is part of a three-episode mini-arc airing in September. There's some spoiler-y details to the plot of the episode, but here are the important things to know:
It centers around the attempted resc...
Person of Interest, the new CBS series from Jonathan Nolan (The Dark Knight) and JJ Abrams, was by far my favorite pilot of Warner Bros’ Preview Night at Comic Con. The story of an ex-CIA spook and a billionaire teaming up to prevent violent crime is an interesting hybrid of Batman Begins and The Bourne Identity.
I am not the target audience for The Secret Circle, the new series from the creators of the Vampire Diaries. When I was running down the schedule of Warner Bros’ Preview Night for the rest of the GonzoGeek guys en route to Comic Con 2011, I offhandedly referred to The Secret Circle as sounding “like some CW show.” Well it turns out that it IS, in fact, a CW show, and fits the same M.O. you’d expect of the network’s dramatic series: stories about young people getting old and dealing with it poorly.
Warner Bros’ Preview Night at Comic Con featured two pilots from J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions: Alcatraz and Person of Interest. While Alcatraz, set to air on Fox this fall, was the weaker of the two projects, it was the one most in tune with Bad Robot’s prior television projects (Alias, Fringe and oh yeah, LOST).
Comic Con 2011 kicked off with a preview of Supernatural: The Animation, the anime adaptation of the CW show, and it’s safe to say that it’s all uphill from here.